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? president obama is expected to announce an increase of troops for the war in afghanistan tuesday, but who will foot the bill of a million dollars per soldier per year? and just how does president obama finish the job there? we'll ask senator carl levin, chairman of the senate armed services committee. then we'll turn to divisions within the republican party. is there room for moderates? we'll talk with former republican candidate dede scozzafava, former house majority leader dick armey and former republican chairman ed gillespie, but first is the war in afghanistan winnable on "face the nation"? captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from washington, harry smith. >> smith: good morning. and joining us now is senator carl levin, the chairman of the armed services committee. good morning, sir. >> good morning, harry. >> smith: this new report from your committee that basically confirms osama bin laden was within the grasp of u.s. military at tora bora in december of the year of 9/11. had he been killed or captured at
has quit. will that delay president obama's troop decision? abdullah abdullah withdrew because he feared coming election would produce the same kind of fraud as the last one. where does that put u.s. strategy now? can the current government claim any legitimacy? we'll ask the top advisors to president obama, david axelrod. we'll have the same question for senator joe lieberman who wants more troops for afghanistan now. we'll have plenty of questions, too, on health care. then i'll have a final word on nation building. at home and abroad. but first deciding on troops and a strategy on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs "face the nation" with cbs news chief washington correspondent bob schieffer. and now from cbs news in washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. joining us from chicago this morning, the white house senior advisor david axelrod. mr. axelrod, the president insisted that the afghan people have a run-off election. he convinced the afghan president karzai to do that after charges that the general election was a fraud. he agreed but he refus
that in just a minute. did this election suggest to you that while barack obama was able to get out a big vote, he was not necessarily able to get out a big vote to vote when he wasn't on the ballot. did he have very short coat tails or are people just disillusioned with him right now? >> there's a typical fall-off of turnout in a mid-term election an off-jiri lex. it demonstrated we need to make sure we focus for the next year and be singularly focused on the issues that matter to the voters which is the economy and making sure that we can gin up our turnout operation so we can get the people that voted for barack obama to vote for our congressional candidates up and down the ballot next november. >> schieffer: let's talk about that race in upstate new york. here you had a republican candidate who was literally pushed out of the race by a conservative candidate. that candidate got the endorsement of sarah palin and a whole lot of conservatives. they say they're going to challenge republicans now in a lot of primaries during the mid-terms because they want to move that party to the right. is t
than we owed china. yet when president obama came calling to china, we owed the chinese more than a trillion dollars. yep. old eb was right. a billion here, a billion there and it added up to real money and a big pile of bills. but is going a trillion dollars in hock to one country made us more secure? that's our broadcast. we'll be right here next week on "face the nation." will be medical images. the trouble is all of that information is trapped. x-rays aren't talking to... medical records aren't talking to... patient histories aren't talking to... insurance forms. we're trying to connect all that data... make it smart. we would see the patterns in your medical history... in the histories of entire populations. predict dangerous drug combinations. we could tailor cures... to your genetic code. put the focus back where it belongs, on the patient. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. you've always had them. dreams. at the hartford, we've helped you seize them... for over 200 years. protecting what you have today. preparing you for tomorrow. visit
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